The city comes alive with the vibrant arts scene each March with a range of events, including opera and ballet, art installations, seminars and the opportunity to try your hand at art yourself.
The early months are a fantastic time to visit the city, with multiple festivals taking place during the spring. Between April and May, the streets will be lined with performers, locals and tourists alike delighting in the vibrant energy of these traditional festivals. There's festivals celebrating the birthday of Buddha, as well as the unforgettable sights of competitors scrambling to scale a huge tower of buns at the Cheung Chau Bun Festival.
Hong Kong is at the forefront of finance, architecture and culture, and its position in world-class dining is no different. At this festival you'll find incredible food and expertly-paired wines designed by some of the world's greatest chefs, as well as tasting classes and 410 booths showcasing everything from craft beer to single malts.
The city is renowned for its spectacular New Year's celebrations that make best use of the city's waterfront with show-stopping fireworks displays at Victoria Harbour. The party atmosphere is triumphant with festive celebrations culminating in a magnificent 10-minute long pyro-musical display that lights up the Hong Kong skyline.